In any given semester, course content should be properly communicated to students in an organised manner to ensure learning outcomes are met within the limited time. A ‘lesson plan’ becomes handy in this situation.
A lesson plan is a tool and a model for structuring an individual lesson. It provides strategies for efficiently putting together content needed for teaching; the amount of time spent in each topic and what supporting tools can be used. Other advantages of a lesson plan is that it ensures the consistency of teaching from one semester to another. Also if there are multiple lecturers teaching the same unit, they can share the same patterns and tools for teaching.
In this recording, Menik Tissera uses an example of her own lesson plan to demonstrate how academic staff can effectively create and use their own plans.
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